ANOTHER great edition of the Saintsrlfccom Podcas

first_imgANOTHER great edition of the Podcast is now available to download. We look forward to Monday night’s match at Leeds Rhinos by speaking to Mike Rush, Paul Clough, Lance Hohaia and James Roby. To download click here or search for St Helens RFC on iTunes. Remember if you want a question answering on the Podcast drop us a line @saints1890 on twitter or email with Podcast in the subject line.last_img

PAUL Wellens has been out in South Africa helping

first_imgPAUL Wellens has been out in South Africa helping England prepare for the World Cup.Saints Captain is part of the coaching set up as Steve McNamara’s side build up to the tournament.“I spoke to Steve a few weeks back and he asked if I would be interested coming into the camp and helping out with running messages at games and things like that,” Paul said. “I jumped at the chance and to come out to South Africa and work with the Elite squad is something I am enjoying.“It’s been four years since I was involved with the national side as a player and since I left it I do miss it. To be back involved is great and I’ve helped out in training too.“Coaching is something I am very interested in and this is an ideal stepping stone to experience it and see how things work.”Langtree Park will host Australia v Fiji on Saturday November 2 (8pm) and tickets are on sale here.last_img read more

A SAINTLY welcome to our sponsors for Fridays mat

first_imgA SAINTLY welcome to our sponsors for Friday’s match with Salford:MATCH SPONSORS – Robinsons Robinsons are a very well respected sponsor of the Saints who are proud to be match sponsors once again.Combining an impressive heritage stretching from 1838 with innovation, Robinsons is one of the UK’s largest independent family brewers, with 300 pubs across the North West and Wales.Their pubs are an integral part of the Robinsons family and the way customers enjoy their ales.Robinsons is also one of the most advanced and sophisticated breweries in the UK and home to the largest hopnik in the world.They have many award winning ales including Trooper and our very own Saints Gold.They can be visited at Frederic Robinson Ltd, Unicorn Brewery Stockport Cheshire SK1 1JJ. www.robinsonsbrewery.comMATCH BALL SPONSORS – TecmarkTecmark are today’s Match Ball sponsors.They are a digital marketing agency for the multi-screen world.Formed in 2008 they have designed and implemented mobile solutions for hundreds of businesses in the years that have followed.For more information contact them at or log on to PROGRAMME SPONSORS – Warrington AudiWarrington Audi are again our Match Programme Sponsors.They are proud to be a regular sponsor here at Saints.Warrington Audi is part of the Jardine Motor Group, one of the top retail dealership groups in the UK, whose values are built on providing an exceptional customer experience.They can be found at: Charon Way, Gemini Retail Park, Westbrook, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 7YD. Tel: 01925 420000CORPORATE SPONSORS – NS ConnectionsNS Connections are a family run business that own a franchise of three 02 stores based originally at their Ormskirk branch before expanding to stores in bottle and Leigh.The team at NS Connections have more than 35 years of experience combined within 02.They are Tonight’s Corporate Sponsor for the second time this season.You can visit them at 14a Church Street Ormskirk Lancashire L39 3AN or by calling 01695 581195THIS WEEK’S FEATURED PLAYER SPONSORS – Baker Tilly Baker Tilly are proud to be sponsoring Jordan Turner and are Saints Official Accountants.They are an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisers.Baker Tilly is one of the three principal mid-market accountancy firms, with almost 3,500 partners.They are a national firm with a network of offices across the UK, making them your local firm with national strength.For all enquiries they can be contacted via Mike Fairhurst, 1210 Centre Park Square, Warrington, Cheshire, WA1 1RU. read more

Justin Holbrook and Mark Percival reflect on the w

first_imgJustin Holbrook and Mark Percival reflect on the win over Hull FC and look ahead to Sunday’s game with Catalans Dragons. Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.New Link!All previous subscribers need to update their subscription if they’re using iTunes.The new link is here or search St Helens RFC Podcasts on iTunes.You can also listen on Stitcher too. Click here to find out more.The Podcast is in association with Wish FM.last_img

There are three changes to the Yorkshire side that

first_imgThere are three changes to the Yorkshire side that were victorious in the first ‘Origin’ fixture in July. Jack Flynn of Huddersfield Giants, Keelan Foster from Bradford Bulls and Castleford Tigers’ Lewis Peachey are all included.The Lancashire side also has two new faces in the squad as Jacob Chamberlain of Warrington Wolves and St Helens’ Joe Sharratt are named.The coaching team for the Lancashire side are England Men’s Elite Squad assistant coach Paul Wellens, two-times Steve Prescott Man of Steel winner, Paul Sculthorpe and former Rochdale Hornets coach Ian Talbot. The Yorkshire team will be coached by England Knights head coach, Paul Anderson and former England and Huddersfield scrum-half Luke Robinson.The second Origin game will take place on Sunday September 2 at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.Lancashire team in full:Aiden Roden (Wigan Warriors) Ben Davies (Widnes Vikings) Callum Green (Wigan Warriors) Ethan Harvard (Wigan Warriors) Harry Smith (Wigan Warriors) Jack Welsby (St Helens) Jacob Chamberlain (Warrington Wolves) Jake Wingfield (St Helens) James McDonnell (Wigan Warriors) Jarrod O’Connor (Widnes Vikings) Jayden Hatton (Widnes Vikings) Joe Sharratt (St Helens) Joe Shorrocks (Wigan Warriors) John Hutchinson (St Helens) Josh Simms (St Helens) Matthew Foster (St Helens) Nathan Wilde (Wigan Warriors) Reece Hamlett (Wigan Warriors) Sam Royle (St Helens) Tom Nisbet (St Helens)Yorkshire Team in full:Cameron Scott (City of Hull Academy) Corey Johnson (Leeds Rhinos) Elliott Wallis (City of Hull Academy) Harry Newman (Leeds Rhinos) Innes Senior (Huddersfield Giants) Jack Broadbent (Leeds Rhinos) Jack Flynn (Huddersfield Giants)] Keelan Foster (Bradford Bulls) Lewis Carr (Castleford Tigers) Lewis Peachey (Castleford Tigers) Louis McConnell (Leeds Rhinos) Louis Senior (Huddersfield Giants) Mikey Lewis (City of Hull Academy) Morgan Smithies (Wigan Warriors) Oliver Wilson (Bradford Bulls) Owen Trout (Leeds Rhinos) Robbie Storey (Castleford Tigers) Rowan Milnes (Bradford Bulls) Tom Holroyd (Leeds Rhinos) Tyler Dupree (Leeds Rhinos)Academy ‘Origin’ Fixtures in full:Lancashire v Yorkshire – September 2, Halliwell Jones Stadium (KO 12.30pm) Yorkshire v Australian Schoolboys – November 28, Mend-A-Hose Jungle Lancashire v Australian Schoolboys – December 1, Manchester Regional Arenalast_img read more

They will both be unveiled at our fullybooked Mem

first_imgThey will both be unveiled at our fully-booked Member only event at the Totally Wicked Stadium.You can follow the launch on our Twitter feed (@saints1890) and see details of the release here as the evening progresses.You will also be able secure your shirt at our online Superstore too!#saintsandproudlast_img

New Hanover Co schools issues early release due to solar eclipse

first_img00:00 00:00 html5: Video file not found spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — New Hanover County schools will be dismissing year round elementary schools early Monday due to the solar eclipse.The school system said the decision was made after many parents expressed interest in viewing the solar eclipse with their students. They also added the district decided the educational value of the event warrants the early dismissal.- Advertisement – The district was concerned about student safety and did not want to have school buses on the road during the eclipse.Deputy Superintendent Rick Holliday announced the following schools will dismiss at noon Monday: Eaton, Codington, Snipes, Freeman, Sunset Park, Lake Forest and Virgo.Although students will be dismissed early, the district will remain open for employees. All staff will work their normal hours.Related Article: New Hanover Co. schools committee completes revised policies to protect students, staffThere will be no athletic events and practices between the hours of noon and 4:30 p.m. Driver Education cars will also not be on the road during those hours.High school open houses should be fine to go on as planned. High schools currently in session, including Isaac Bear, Wilmington Early College, and Sea-TECH  will operate on a normal schedule and not be dismissed early. Those schools have events scheduled around the eclipse and they will dismiss at their normal time of 4:30 p.m.This comes after WWAY questioned the school system earlier this week if they were planning on releasing students early. At that time, Holliday said no.Charter Day School in Brunswick County announced Tuesday night that they plan to close early on Monday.last_img read more

2018 marks 50 years since Sgt Eugene Ashley Jr was killed in

first_img Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr. went to Vietnam as part of the army’s special forces.Weeks later, the north Vietnamese attacked where Ashley was stationed, with tanks, trapping American forces.Ashley managed to cut a path to let the trapped Americans escape.Related Article: UNCW Men’s soccer fueled by improvement in 2018He was hit by machine-gun fire during the 5th assault.Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr. died on February 7, 1968.New Hanover County honored him in 2001 by naming Ashley High School after him.Ashley High School Soccer Coach Greg Marinich addressed Sgt. Ashley’s legacy at the Ashley High School signing day on Wednesday.“Today, being able to come back in this building on the 50th anniversary of the death of Eugene Ashley. I’m kind of passionate about that as a former service member. I think when these folks step away, or I should hope, that they’re fired up about being Screaming Eagles and always will consider themselves to be Screaming Eagles,” Marinich said.To read more about Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr., click here.To read more about high school signing day, click here. A display at Ashley High School honors Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr. (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY) NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Wednesday is an important day for the community, especially students and staff at Ashley High School.That’s because February 7, 2018 is the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Eugene Ashley, Jr.’s death during the Vietnam War.- Advertisement – last_img read more

Lawsuits against pork giant delayed

first_imgPig farm (Photo: US EPA) RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Several lawsuits against the world’s largest pork producer are on pause.WRAL-TV reports that Smithfield Foods and its hog farm neighbors have asked to push back proceedings in upcoming lawsuits.- Advertisement – Both sides requested the delays, saying they had agreed to pursue options for “alternative resolution” to future trials.A federal jury decided earlier this month that the world’s largest pork producer should pay $473.5 million to neighbors of three North Carolina industrial-scale hog farms for unreasonable nuisances they suffered from odors, flies and rumbling trucksThat decision made three straight multi-million-dollar losses for the Hong Kong company.last_img


first_img Visit every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month for another installment of “Cape Fear History & Mysteries.” WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Have you ever heard of the Wilmington city tunnels? WWAY’s Brandon Ewers has the story in this week’s Cape Fear History and Mysteries.Watch the video above to hear more.- Advertisement – last_img